Tag Archives: Iain Glen

Commentary on “Game of Thrones” by George

From the time Daenerys (Emilia Clark) married Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa), I loved her and staunchly maintained that if they ever killed her off, I would never watch another episode. And they did, and I never will. Of course that’s … Continue reading

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Eye in the Sky (2015) – reviewed by George

I feel kind of stupid that I had never heard of this almost-four-year-old movie or its rationale before I rented it, which happened because Helen Mirren is the star. Well, it’s an important film with an important point to make, … Continue reading

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City of Vice (2008) Reviewed by Anita ***

City of Vice is one of the best historic crime dramas I’ve seen in a long time.¬† Set in 18th century Georgian England¬† the story is of the Bow Street Runners, London’s very first organized police force as we understand … Continue reading

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Mountains of the Moon (1989) – reviewed by George

A film about Richard Burton (Patrick Bergin) and John Hanning Speke (Iain Glen) as they search Africa for the source of the Nile treats us to a sort of non-fictional “King Solomon’s Mines”. The term “non-fictional”, however, is arguable since … Continue reading

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